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No Pants MetroLink Ride 2014: Pantsless Passengers Take Over Transit [PHOTOS]


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When you gotta iron, you gotta iron.
"Ride like this is just any other day on the MetroLink," according to the No Pants MetroLink Ride rules, passed out on fliers to riders. "I mean, you are already not wearing pants. Successful participants read newspapers, listen to their iPod, talk casually neighbors, etc."

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No worries, guys, everything is toooooootally normal. Just headed to work.
The rules also remind riders that no inappropriate nudity or touching is allowed; there's no free pass just because you're not wearing pants.

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Oh, that's just what he always wears.
Follow Lindsay Toler on Twitter at @StLouisLindsay. E-mail the author at Lindsay.Toler@RiverfrontTimes.com.



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7 comments
ducatinova1
ducatinova1

haha I'll never be able to look at Elmo the same again. those shorts are great.

revelle.david
revelle.david

Some people have lost their sense of fun, judging by the other comments.

Linda
Linda

 Hipsters.  

They weren't wearing pants before not wearing paints was cool....

Let's see em' take a "no pants" walk down MLK in north STL on a Saturday evening.

notusingthisagain
notusingthisagain

Ho hum. Boring scum. Get off my train. The regular riders, the clothed, decent, noble working people of this city are infinitely more inspiring, mysterious, and beautiful than you and your ugly stunt.

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